John Noti and colleagues from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, tested the effect of relative humidity on the capacity of flu virus released in a simulated 'cough' to re-infect cells.
What does RH stand for?
RH stands for Relative Humidity
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- Red Hot
- Redhat Linux
- Redhill (postcode, United Kingdom)
- Reentry Home (US DoD)
- Refined Hydrocarbon
- Regional Head
- Registered Healer (International Natural Healers Association)
- Registered Herbalist
- Relative Hazard (statistics)
- Remote Handled
- Renkus-Heinz (audio equipment; Foothill Ranch, CA)
- Reported in the House of Representatives (bill status)
- Reproductive Health
- Republika Hrvatska (Republic of Croatia)
- Research Highlights
- Resnik House (Carnegie Mellon University)
- Ressources Halieutiques (French: Fisheries resources)
- Ressources Humaines (French: Human Resources)
- Restaurant Hospitality
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However, it was the least humid August on record with a mean minimum relative humidity of 27 per cent - beating the previous record of 30pc in August, 2009.
However, it was the least humid August on record with a mean minimum relative humidity of 27 per cent - beating the previous record of 30 per cent in August, 2009.
DOHA The humid weather, which made life difficult on Tuesday night with the relative humidity touching 90 percent, is likely to spare residents on Wednesday.
The highest maximum relative humidity of 95 per cent was recorded in Sharjah, Umm Al Quwain and Ras Al Khaimah on SaturdayAa morning and the lowest maximum of 75 per cent in Fujairah.
Relative humidity Is defined as the ratio of the partial pressure of water vapor in a parcel of air to the saturated vapor pressure of water vapor at a prescribed temperature.
The result indicated that the amount of moisture adsorbed increased with increases in relative humidity (from 20% to 99%) at an average temperature of 23[degrees]C.
In addition, according to regulatory standards, pipette calibration laboratories must control their relative humidity at greater than 50%, while working laboratories are often significantly drier.